Origami: 15 Paper-Folding Projects Straight from the Wizarding World! (Harry Potter)
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Pinch the sides of the 'X' in on themselves to meet in the middle and crease along the folds. You should end up with triangle top to your rectangle. Ever wanted to fold your own fantastic beast? Or play a table-top game of Quidditch? Now you can take the magic of the Harry Potter films wherever you go with this incredible origami guide.
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Get sorted into your house and knit up one of these amazing hats to celebrate it! These fun woolly hats will not only keep you warm but show off your knitting skills. Follow along with the tutorial and find top tips over at Holly G Hats, who designed the wonderful pattern. What a treat! Then, the player will choose one of the words on the inside. The words are written in blue, yellow, red and green. Move the Harry Potter Origami Sorting Hat as many times as there are letters in the word chosen. The number placed next to the word tells you how many letters are in the word. That way, even those little wizards who aren't great at spelling can still play! Not all of us are Ravenclaws. Just below the red strip, paste the yellow strip parallel to the red one. Now take the second yellow strip and align it with the other red strip overlapping the first yellow strip.Have your own sorting ceremony and paint your house colours onto these house badges! These are great for kid's parties, or even if you just fancy having a Harry Potter night with some friends, especially if you want to get yourself in the festive mood. Switch on the Philosopher's Stone, watch Harry and the gang get sorted, and find out which house you'll be in! Head over to Pottermore for accurate sorting, or choose your own houses. Optional: the Harry Potter House Badges (I created a selection of house badges for you to print off, as I know everyone has favourites
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Thank you so much for this Jen, I’ll using it for my winter camp with my middle school students. Reply